April 17, 2019
It's Katie bringing you another week of tips, hints, styles, and trends to help you look and feel your best!
We all want to look great as we age. And we all know that woman: She's on point from head to toe and carries herself like she means it, defying aging with every step. So what's she doing? Here's how to take care of your skin, hair, and body, and drum up youth-boosting confidence no matter how many birthday candles are on your cake.
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*-- Secrets to Aging More Gracefully --*
Whatever your motivation is to working out- feeling good, blowing off stress, losing weight—you can add one more to the list: staying young. In a study on older adults , those who exercised functioned physiologically similar to younger people.
If you have wrinkles, brown spots, and bags, you're probably tempted to slap on a thick coat of foundation and powder all over your face. Make up cannot cover up aging so instead of caking it on, layer it. Doing so will help disguise the signs of discoloration and hyper-pigmentation.
Your face and hands are two body parts that get the most sun. But if you're busy slathering on moisturizers and anti-aging products on your face, your complexion may look young while your hands betray that with brown spots and wrinkles. The same exact products you use for your face can go on your hands. Use a retinoid at night and rub a small amount to the backs of your hands. After slathering on a good SPF moisturizer in the morning, do the same for your hands.
It's not called beauty sleep for nothing. Poor quality sleep not only increases the visible signs of aging around your face, but also makes you feel less attractive. Plus, compared to those who got less than 5 hours of sleep, women who clocked 7 to 9 hours had skin that also bounced back better from UV light exposure. This means sleep helps your skin naturally ward off the damaging effects of the sun, slowing down the aging process.
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